Friday, February 11, 2011

Korean Cultural Center to open in the Philippines in May

From the Filipinos’ growing interest in the Korean culture stems a great opportunity for strengthening the cultural relations between the two countries. On May of this year, the Korean Cultural Center will finally open its doors to the public.

With 16 other offices around the world, the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines will operate under the supervision of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea.

Located at the 2nd floor of the ManCor Corporate Center at 32nd St., Bonifacio Global City, the Korean

Cultural Center is strategically located at the heart of a highly developed area surrounded by different foreign and local institutions.

KCC aspires to provide an interactive space for Filipinos who want to learn more about the Korean culture which will include a gallery for exhibits, library, and several rooms for lectures, workshops, meetings, film viewing, presentations and events. (From Korea Bulletin of the Embassy of the Republic of Korea in the Philippines)

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